The team Bisimoto Engineering 2010 CR-Z project vehicle debuted at the 2010 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas, they has unveiled 2010 Honda CR-Z Bisimoto Concept. Bisimoto has taken to curing the Honda CR-Z hybrid of its anemia by prescribing massive doses of forced induction.
2010 Honda CR-Z Bisimoto Concept is one conceptual and you can find the CR-Z in a variety of tunes ranging from Honda’s own subtly accessorized HFP (Honda Factory Performance) model to Wraptivo’s HKS supercharged prototype.
The stock 1.5-liter four-cylinder was extracted and rebuilt using Arias pistons and a Bisimoto valvetrain, but the star of the show is that massive billet Turbonetics turbo. It shoves ample amounts of air through a 70-millimeter custom throttle body at a rate that has to rival most jet engines. The whole kit and caboodle is good for a staggering 533 horsepower, which helps explain why a car that started life with a 0-60 mph time of 10 seconds now requires a parachute to reduce its inertia.
Team Bisimoto Engineering is known worldwide for awe-inspiring street, show and race vehicles. With no fear of the unknown, Bisimoto is always on the cutting edge of automotive technology. The Bisimoto 2011 CR-Z was no exception with a 533+ hp turbocharged hybrid powerplant, which retains the drivability, reliability and eco-friendly nature of the original engine.